M K Stalin: AIADMK govt has wasted 90 times, Stalin states | Chennai News


CHENNAI: The AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu has wasted 90 times of their continuing lockdown without controlling the spread of Covid-19, DMK president M K Stalin alleged Wednesday. “The authorities must act at now,” he explained in a statement.
“Currently, Tamil Nadu individuals are in their golden houras physicians tell about time for rescuing patients. Hence that the main minister Edappadi K Palaniswami should act at least today and take appropriate measures to restrain coronavirus,” said Stalin.
The DMK leader said Chennai formerly utilized to be a place for folks to repay since it provided them livelihood. “But today people leaving the town with their families since they aren’t able to cover rent. The expense of living can be increasing. Every day, gas costs are rising with no control. Is it not the duty of the chief minister to prevent the exodus? ,” said Stalin.
He stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman had produced statements worth Rs 20 lakh crore. “When we requested the Centre to provide capital to individuals, it created several statements for new strategies. The most recent statement made by the Prime Minister is just for six nations whither guest employees returned,” said Stalin.
Stalin said electricity users in Tamil Nadu are enduring since the authorities and Tangedco were not able to supply any relief . “Most importantly, gas costs will also be climbing,” he explained.
Stalin explained the authorities had refused to supply any relief to electricity consumers from paying their invoices. “The government has advised that the Madras high court which it’s already declared July 15 since the final date for customers from the four districts. Can Tamil Nadu have just four districts? What about customers in different areas,” he inquired.
The DMK leader said the chief minister had failed to look after the people influenced from the lockdown.


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